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Eleven years after the CCC moved out of the former Delta Center in Stockton (later demolished), the groundbreaking for the new residential site has taken place.

The new facility, off Arch Road in Stockton, will house 110 corpsmembers and feature nine different buildings, including administration, education, recreation, multipurpose (kitchen, dining hall, gym), warehouse and four dorms, on a 20-acre parcel.

The buildings have been designed to be Silver LEED certified and energy-efficient.

The site will be a base center for floodfighting activities in the Delta, and can house additional crews from around the state as needed for emergency response.

The center is expected to pump approximately $1.5 million into the local economy each year through center purchases as well as corpsmember expenditures.

Completion date for the new center is expected to be November 2017.

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Tahoe corpsmember Randolph Young presents a bronzed hiking boot to Gov. Brown at the CCC's 40th anniversary ceremony at the Capitol.  CCC Director Bruce Saito is at right.


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